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Staff Spotlight – Meet Tamar Traube!

By Specialty Hospital Staff | August 12, 2019

  Tamar Traube, RN Case Manager Tamar has been employed at Specialty Hospital of Central Jersey, LTAC Hospital for 2 years now.  Tamar has her MBA and was working at Jersey Shore Medical Center as their Cardiac Vascular administrator when …

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Study Dispels “July Effect” for In-Hospital Training for Heart Surgery

By Specialty Hospital Staff | August 8, 2019

The perception that more medical errors occur in July for heart surgery (referred to as the “July Effect”) compared to other months due to an arrival of new influx of medical school graduates starting their in-hospital training is wrong, say …

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Study Says Less-Invasive Procedures to Restore Leg Blood Flow Reduces Risk of Amputation

By Specialty Hospital Staff | August 7, 2019

A newly released study finds that patients who underwent a less-invasive procedure to open clogged leg arteries were just as like to survive with their legs intact and avoid amputation as patients who had more invasive surgery, according to an …

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Research Findings Indicate Ivacaftor May Decrease Common Infections in CF Patients

By Specialty Hospital Staff | August 1, 2019

Patients with cystic fibrosis (CF) who take the drug, Ivacaftor, appear to have fewer respiratory infections over time than those not taking the drug, according to new research findings published online in the Annuals of the American Thoracic Society. The …

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When Do Noncardiac Surgery Deaths Occur?

By Specialty Hospital Staff | July 31, 2019

While most people assume that it’s the operating room that is risky for patients undergoing noncardiac surgery a newly released research study says it is during the recovery period. According to the findings of a large international study published in …

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Cases of Atrial fibrillation in EU’s Seniors Expected to Skyrocket by 2060

By Specialty Hospital Staff | July 25, 2019

Last month, during World Heart Rhythm Week, a research study published in the EP Europace, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC), called for urgent action to prevent, detect and treat atrial fibrillation to stop a substantial rise in …

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BIDMC Researchers Find Extensive Use of Aspirin Despite Few Benefits, High Risks

By Specialty Hospital Staff | July 24, 2019

Over four months ago, the   American College of Cardiology (ACC) and American Heart Association (AHA) released new prevention guideline announcing that they can no longer recommend that low-dose aspirin be used to help prevent heart attacks and stroke in people …

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Study Finds Early Valve Replacement May Be Better Than Watching and Waiting  

By Specialty Hospital Staff | July 18, 2019

“Watch and wait” may not be the way to go for physicians treating patients with severe aortic stenosis who have no symptom.  According to an article published online in The Annals of Thoracic Surgery, researchers say that these patients may benefit …

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Wearing sensors to Promote the Wound Healing Process

By Specialty Hospital Staff | July 17, 2019

Researchers at Binghamton University, State University of New York, have developed skin-inspired electronics to conform to the skin, allowing for long-term, high-performance, real-time wound monitoring in users. “We eventually hope that these sensors and engineering accomplishments can help advance health …

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Battling Orthopedic Bone Infections to Allow Healing

By Specialty Hospital Staff | July 11, 2019

Automobile accidents, combat wounds, cancer treatment and other conditions that require surgery, can lead to bone infections that are difficult to treat, oftentimes delaying healing. Now, researchers say they have developed a double-duty hydrogel that both attacks the bacteria and …

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